About this listing
Step off of the Q-train (yellow line) at Parkside avenue and just across the street on the right side-- as you leave the Subway station-- you'll see the the 15 flight, tallest building in the area. Welcome to Prospect Park South.
Please be my guest:
Enter at any hour and be greeted by a 24 hour courteous doorman, the introduction to a pleasant and inviting atmosphere with friendly neighbors. Cozy and colorful, partition removed one bedroom, one bathroom, kitchen contemporary city apartment complete with a basement level laundry room, for your convenience. Equipped with standard amenities plus an upright, black box Wurlizter piano for the musician or music lover in you-- a nice respite from the hustle of the city. From the quiet of the 12th floor, the huge bay windows welcomes the rising sun in the east and an endless view of rooftops surfing towards the storied Coney Island and the Atlantic Ocean.
Guest have access to an open rooftop that begins with a panoramic view of Brooklyn's (huge garden) Prospect Park in the foreground that leads north to the uber-scenic Manhattan skyline. To the east the Verrazanno Bridge flanks Staten Island, west Queens ventures into Long Island.
50 feet from the entrance of Brooklyn''s and all of New York City's largest park Prospect replete with the entertaining Summer Stage offering free music, theatre, dance and film from the top domestic and international artists. During the winter the months the newly renovated ice-skating rink is but a stone's throw away. One block away is a NYC public multi-court (doomed during the winter) tennis complex. A host of restaurants: Tai, Indian, Caribbean, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese etc... health food wifi spots are within walking distance.
Now for the night life and Manhattan:
Board the train on the corner and you are mere 10 minutes ride from the upsurging downtown Brooklyn with great shopping, the World Renowned Brooklyn Academy of Music's host of Music, Dance, Film Theatre spaces and the Barclay's Center home of the Associations NBA Brooklyn Nets. There at the Atlantic Ave. station, connect to most any train line or re-board the Q or B train and you are one stop across the Manhattan bridge where you witness the Statue of Liberty and the incomparable skyline beckoning you into "the city."
Cleanliness, no smoking (of any kind), no animals/pets (of any kind).